Through The Noise
October 31, 2016
Mike Subelsky of STAQ on Why Leaders Should Give Credit, Take Blame & Other Smart Management Strategies
Through the Noise #223
Mike Subelsky // CTO // STAQ
If you are new to management, have had problems managing your staff, or are looking for some insight into strategies that might work better with the teams you have in place, today’s episode with Mike Subelsky is a great place to start. He is (among other things) Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Staq, a tech start-up based in Baltimore that “makes ad operations more efficient” through compiling data from 350 different platforms. Staq is a rapidly growing company that welcomes people from all backgrounds with an interest in programming and strives to create an organization of empowered staff so that it can continue even when someone is on vacation or leaves the company. “Give away all the credit, take all the blame” is one of the many takeaways from this episode that may help you improve relationships with your staff and help them become more creative and invested. Don’t miss these and other essential tips to starting and running organizations in a way that supports people.
Mike is the CTO of STAQ, an enterprise data unification company based in Baltimore and New York. He has started a variety of profit-and-nonprofit organizations in Baltimore, including the Baltimore Improv Group theater company.
STAQ helps businesses retrieve, organize, and take action on all of the data they have stored in many difficult-to-use silos.